Morten Freidel becomes Deputy Editor-in-Chief of NZZ Germany

Morten Freidel, currently Politics Editor at Frankfurter Allgemeine Sonntagszeitung, will join the NZZ Berlin office as Deputy Editor-in-Chief in spring 2024. The experienced political journalist and page-turner will support the team in further expanding the NZZ's journalistic position in its growth market of Germany.

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"Morten Freidel is an outstanding political journalist with a clear, civic-liberal profile. I am very much looking forward to working with him," says Marc Felix Serrao, Editor-in-Chief of the NZZ Germany. According to the statement, the newly created function is an important step for NZZ. "We still see great growth potential in the German market, and we want not only to continue our successful path, but to accelerate it," Serrao said.

Freidel worked most of the time as an editor at the Frankfurter Allgemeine Sonntagszeitung FASwhere he is now responsible for the cover stories, among other things. For some time he was in the newsroom of the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung FAZ active. One of his main topics is energy policy; his first book on the subject will be published soon. The 39-year-old studied history and German literature in Freiburg im Breisgau and at the German Literature Institute in Leipzig. He then completed a traineeship at the FAZ. Morten Freidel is married and father of two children.

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